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NAUPLIAR DEVELOPMENT OF MESOCYCLOPS EDAX FORBES, 1891 (COPEPODA: CYCLOPOIDA)

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ABSTRACT All 6 naupliar stages of Mesocyclops edax Forbes, 1891, are described. Naupliar development is compared within the subfamily Cyclopinae Kiefer, 1927, and external morphological characters are discussed with respect to previous studies and in the light of phylogenetic relationships. Nauplii of M. edax show a number of peculiar autapomorphies but have more characters in common with species of Thermocyclops than with species of Mesocyclops studied previously. A key to the identification of the naupliar stages is provided.

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1995-01-01
2016-12-05

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